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  • MMR vaccine bottle
    Are vaccines too dangerous to be mandatory?
    The anti-vaccination movement has been gaining steam in the last few years, and with it has come the rise of previously eradicated diseases. With events like the Super Bowl coming up this Sunday and the recent outbreak of measles from Disneyland,...
  • Super Bowl Measles
    Measles outbreak in Arizona has doctors concerned for Super Bowl safety
    Health officials are now battling a health crisis just days before hundreds of thousands of people are expected to arrive for the Super Bowl on Sunday. In three different Arizona counties, hundreds of people could be infected, according to a...
  • The Dangers of Kissing & Diet Coke: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know and Won’t Bother to Find Out
    The Dangers of Kissing & Diet Coke - Book Review
    I found this book to be very heartwarming, informative and motivational. Packed with informative information about Mitzi Mensch touching story from her rocky journey in life as she shares advice and guidance on how she was able to take the...
  • Rife Digital Pro
    Rife Digital Machines releases its latest portable Rife Digital PRO
    If you haven't heard about the Rife Machine, it's a small device that is said to treat up to 3,500 diseases using various frequencies that are based on homeopathic principles that "like-destroys-like."This machine treats the body...
  • Kevin Kane, Lead Organizer, Citizen Action of Wisconsin
    Kevin Kane says failure to accept federal medical funds could hurt Wisconsin
    Kevin Kane works as a Lead Organizer at Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Some recent emails sent by Citizen Action of Wisconsin had an urgent tone to them and contact was made with Kevin Kane to find out more about this.Here are the questions sent to...
  • Izegg
    UC Irvine's unboiled egg may revolutionize cancer treatment and biotech
    A team of international researchers based at the University of California in Irvine has just successfully unboiled a hen's egg. Laughing in the face of entropy, Dr. Gregory Weiss, the lead research author and professor of chemistry and...
  • Angela Parrino (in yellow) writes children's books based on health themes.
    Author Interview: Angela Parrino
    Reading is an integral part of a child’s education as is learning about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Thus, when storybooks incorporate the values of health into their plotlines, children benefit from both the...
  • Playing
    Life's a Game: Play It
    I’m convinced that if there was a drug that offered all of the benefits that play does, it’d be the biggest seller on the planet. But who needs to buy a pill when play is free, available 24 hours a day, and no is ever prescription...
  • Sobriety :60+ looks at junk science vs. facts on alcohol and heart, liver health
    Sobriety :60+ looks at junk science vs. facts on alcohol and heart, liver health
    January 2015 brought in reports from a questionable European medical publication on an even more questionable study claiming a drink a day slightly reduces heart failure risk. Daily drinking? That's an alcoholism warning sign. Daily drinking...
  • Beyonce and Jay Z enjoying a good laugh
    Don't forget to laugh for your health, emotions, well-being and life
    We can all use another reason to laugh.Our health may be the best reason of all. Laughter can actually improve our immune system, help fight diseases, relieve stress, and even improve vision. At the very least, when we laugh, blood pressure...
  • fitness
    Is aerobic training the only method of weightloss
    You wake up one morning to the sound of your insistent alarm clock. As your newly awake eyes adjust to the light of a new day, you read your clock’s time. A giant fluorescent six followed by two zeros illuminate its screen. “6-o-clock,...
  • Romeo and Juliet
    Sex as a health benefit
    Sex: Some women love it and some women can go without it. Years of research have demonstrated that people who engage in regular sexual intercourse generally have a longer and healthier life. To be even more specific, it is possible that regular...
  • Obama alters Obamacare without authority, legal challenge moves forward
    Obama alters Obamacare without authority, legal challenge moves forward
    When Obamacare passed in 2009 with a democratic majority Congress and without Republican support or the support of the majority of Americans, a series of lawsuits were launched. Those lawsuits continue as Judicial Watch (JW) lawyers on Friday took...
  • Obi OWNZONES
    Exclusive interview with OWNZONES spokesman Obi Obadike
    ObiObadike over the past 6 ½ years has established himself as one of the top fitness experts in the world and has been featured on more than 50 fitness and health magazines covers. In 2014 he was recognized as one of top ten most...
  • Emergency Room
    Nashville ranked #5 'Unhealthiest City' in America
    While many Americans took advantage of the start of the year to make New Year's resolutions to get healthier in 2015, apparently the people of Nashville either don't make or don't keep those kinds of resolutions. Nashville has just...